October 9-12, 2016 | Hilton Columbus Downtown | Columbus, OH
An interactive, informative,
attendee-driven event focused on improving PSAP performance and shaping the
future of 9-1-1 systems
Register | Housing | Event Brochure | Schedule | Sessions
Pre-Con Courses | Travel Discounts | Pricing | Critical Issues Forum | Education Summit
Overflow Housing Available!
We've also arranged for a discounted rate of $169/night for our
attendees at the nearby Hampton Inn and Suites. If you can't get in at
the Hilton, call the Hampton directly at 614.559.2000 and ask for rate
code NEN. These rooms will
only be available until September 23rd, and availability is extremely limited!
Special Registration Deal: Bring a Friend for
As many of you know,
September is National Preparedness Month. With that in mind, NENA wants to make
sure that as many 9-1-1 professionals as possible are prepared for the
challenges ahead in our industry. To do that, we're offering you the
opportunity to bring
a coworker or colleague with you to SBP and/or CIF free of charge!
All you have to do is register
for the Standards & Best Practices Conference, Critical Issues Forum, or
both! Once you register, you’ll receive a special promo
code via email that you can share with a coworker or colleague who would like
to attend the event as well. He or she can then register for the same event(s)
as you at no charge by using the special promo code and entering your name in
the "Referred by” box.
The fine print: Offer good until 5PM Eastern on September
30, 2016. The free registration can only be gifted to someone not currently
registered for the event(s). Only one free registration allowed per paid
registrant. Cannot be used in conjunction with other discounts, including group
membership vouchers and DSC promotional rate. Free registration only valid for
same event as referrer. Additional registrations may incur fees. No refunds.
Offer not valid for Education Summit or pre-conference courses.
Join NENA for the inaugural 9-1-1
Standards and Best Practices Conference, a dynamic, interactive, and
informative event where attendees learn, imagine, create, and collaborate to improve
the 9-1-1 systems of today and tomorrow.
Featuring a combination of educational,
working, and envisioning sessions, attendees will spend three days learning
about how agencies and service providers can use standards to create
high-performing 9-1-1 environments; engaging with peers to initiate new
projects and continue ongoing work; and identifying areas where NENA should
focus future efforts.